The 16th Annual ACA Rehab Council Educational Symposium is scheduled to take place at the Disney Swan Hotel in Orlando, Fl on Friday, March 20th, 2014 – Sunday, March 22nd, 2015. If you enjoyed our last Symposium this past Spring at the Paris Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, come prepared … for the best is yet to come in Orlando.
For starters, there will be a welcome reception for all ACA Rehab Council members and ACRB Diplomates on Friday evening, March 20th at the Disney Swan Hotel (further details to follow). Then, the 12 CEU hour educational weekend kicks off on Saturday, March 21st, and features our keynote speaker, Greg Rose, DC/Engineer, Co-Founder of the Titleist Performance Institute, who will be discussing how to evaluate and rehab golf injuries. Greg travels the globe teaching amateurs and professionals how to be a better golfers as well as teaching clinicians how to better take care of patients with golf injuries. Jon Mulholland, DC, CCSP, CSCS will follow up with a spcial two hour presentation on athletic performance enhancement with a unique focus on foot and ankle biomechanics. Jon has played an integral role in the training and rehab of multiple Olympic medal winner and professional athletes and is currently the Sports Medicine Consultant for the New Zealand Olympic Cycling Team while acting in the capacity as their Team Doctor during the 2012 London Olympic Games.
On Sunday, March 22nd, the educational excellence continues featuring Sue Falsone, PT, MS, SCS, ATC, past Trainer for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who broke barriers by becoming the first female Head Athletic Trainer in Major American Professional Sports. She will lecture on common sports injuries incurred by professional athletes, how to treat and rehab them and, even more importantly, how to train the athlete in such as way as to prevent the injury from occurring in the first place. After Sue’s presentation, there will be three 2 hour breakout sessions. Brian Bachelder, PhD, from Aline Systems, will discuss movement efficiency, functional biomechanics and rehab as well as lower body biomechanics in the athlete, especially with respect to the foot and ankle. Paul Levy, from Human Scale, will give a 2 hour presentation on how to set up an ergonomic work station at home with a primary focus on improving the health and comfort of work life. Finally, both Luis Vera, DC, DIBCN, DIBE and Walt Engle, DC will lecture one hour each on “Electrodiagnosis and Rehab” and “Manipulation and Rehab” respectively to complete our 12 hour ACA Rehab Educational Symposium.
Although our 16th Annual ACA Rehab Symposium is still 8 months away, the Rehab Council website is already set up for you to register. To register, click here. You’re only a couple of clicks away from being a part of what might be our biggest, most educational and best Symposium the ACA Rehab Council has ever presented.
See you at the Disney Swan Hotel in 2015,
Jerrold J. Simon, DC, DACRB